Utilize the gift tags to up your gift wrapping game. These tags can be used for any gift-giving occasion. Check out these creative ways to wrap presents.

On December 26th, be prepared to thank those that have done something special for you by using the thank you cards. These will be a perfect insert into a gift basket or bouquet of flowers. 

The gift labels can be used to close envelopes, decorate presents, or on December 3rd, which is Make a Gift Day.

Utilize the gift tags to up your gift wrapping game. These tags can be used for any gift-giving occasion.

On December 26th, be prepared to thank those that have done something special for you by using the thank you cards. These will be a perfect insert into a gift basket or bouquet of flowers.

The gift labels can be used to close envelopes, decorate presents, or on December 3rd, which is Make a Gift Day.

The notepads are perfect to organize all the “stuff” and “things” in your life. The cards all have messages but don’t forget to add your own personal touch.

Hang up the poster to brighten up your space.

The journals are the perfect place to plan out the holidays.

  • Budget and plan out your gifts.
  • Organized a shopping list so you can knock it out in one day.
  • On December 7th, practice writing the perfect message for a loved one.
  • Plan out the perfect holiday party.
  • Make a checklist to make sure you don’t forget anyone this holiday season.
  • Make a meal planner for all the holiday leftovers.
  • On December 31st, Make Up Your Mind Day, make a pros and cons list, maybe to decide what your New Year’s resolution will be.

Color-Coded Wrapping Have a lot of gifts to give this year? Assign each family member a different color paper, and you won’t even need gift tags. This is a fun way for everyone to identify his or her presents.

Choose a Palette If you don’t have enough material to color-code, try choosing a palette to unify the gifts you wrap — then vary the materials; everything you give will have your signature for the season.

Kraft Paper Gift Wrap Use kraft paper for an attractive yet sturdy wrapping. Once wrapped, add special trimmings and gift tags to your package.

Wrap the Perfect Box The secret to a beautifully wrapped box? Not using too much paper, which causes bulky, sloppy folds. Before trimming, wrap the paper around the box — the ends should overlap just a couple of inches. When folded over the ends, the paper should extend a little more than halfway.

Make a Box Tower Make a bunch of boxes look elegant by stacking and tying them up in two giant ribbons. 

Wrapping a Soft Item To wrap something soft, such as a sweater or scarf, without a box, cut a piece of cardboard to size and place the garment on top. The base will help you make clean corners and keep the paper from sagging or ripping.

Use Decorative Tape Forget ribbon, use washi tape.

Quick Gift Tags Don’t have time for homemade gift tags? Adorn store-bought tags with ribbon and greenery for an extra-special touch.

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